With the opening of Genting SkyWorlds Theme Park, Resorts World Genting will contribute to the nation’s economy with increased patronage and creation of jobs.
As more companies strategically chart their course moving forward amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, many are putting into action growth plans for the immediate and mid-term future. One prominent example is Resorts World Genting, which recently announced the long-awaited opening of their new outdoor experience. Dubbed as Southeast Asia’s most anticipated theme park, Genting SkyWorlds promises to be a truly one-of-a-kind attraction built across 26 acres at an elevation of 6,000 feet above sea level.
Besides contributing to the nation’s economy by spurring the domestic leisure, travel, tourism and entertainment industries through increased patronage, the opening of the USD 800 million Genting SkyWorlds Theme Park will also add on another economic multiplier effect through the creation of jobs.
In fact, Resorts World Genting recently embarked on a major recruitment campaign to employ more than 1,500 talents and support-team to facilitate the operations of the theme park.
This recruitment campaign has seen Resorts World Genting carry out a nationwide tour to conduct auditions for their live entertainment team which consists of singers, dancers, character performers, musicians and actors.
Besides being at the forefront of a globally recognised hospitality and themed leisure entertainment brand, successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with world-renowned movie intellectual property. They will also be rewarded with attractive remuneration and benefits, including accommodation, meal allowances, on-the-job training and development opportunities. Successful applicants can look forward to working with a star-studded international team from around the globe, with additional prospects of participating and venturing out into other business units associated with the resort.
The opening of Genting SkyWorlds Theme Park represents the final puzzle-piece of Genting Malaysia Berhad’s Integrated Tourism Plan (GITP) launched in 2013 – a major 10-year masterplan for development, expansion, enhancement and refurbishment of hotels, theme parks and infrastructure at Resorts World Genting.
With the addition of the soon-to-be opened Genting SkyWorlds Theme Park, Resorts World Genting is gearing up to drive the nation’s economic recovery in the tourism, leisure and hospitality industry.
Today, Resorts World Genting remains Malaysia’s premier integrated resort destination with some 10,500 rooms across seven distinct hotels and wide-ranging leisure and entertainment facilities, including gaming, themed attractions, dining and retail outlets, as well as world-class shows, iconic events and business convention facilities.
When Genting SkyWorlds Theme Park opens its gates, visitors can also expect an incredible adventure offering of “sky-high” proportions.
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